Monday, 22 March 2010

Le Parisian Round Up: Part Deux

To finish off the mother of all Fashion Week coverages, I present to you the last set of designers from Paris. Please vote in my poll on the right, I'd love to hear your thoughts on these types of posts :)

Gareth Pugh- dark, luscious leather stuff. Speaking of Pugh, since there were rumours of him becoming the new creative director for Alexander McQueen (in my opinion way too early to start talking about that but voila, c'est le industry), do you think it would have been a good fit?

Isabel Marant- loving the ankle cropped trousers for a Bardot-esque summer look.

Junya Watanabe- need a parka for next winter. I'll take one of these but without the frizzball hair thank you.

Lanvin- Alber can do no wrong in my eyes.

Roland Mouret- kudos for changing it up and adding a bit of sporty-ness to this collection.

Rick Owens- uhhmmm....good.

Stella McCartney- fairly simple but oh so effective. Anything sheer = happy me.

Sonia Rykiel- shake your pom pom (reference to the "Shake Your Bon Bon" song by Ricky Martin, oh the horror!), but that aside, easy to wear Parisian chic.

Vanessa Bruno- every outfit has such a laid back look to it. Me likes, but not loves.

Yohji Yamamoto- the coolest schoolgirl interpretation ever.

Yves Saint Laurent- pretty.

Louis Vuitton- cute kindergarten teacher/fifties housewife stuff.

Miu Miu- I am really falling in love with these S/S 2010 shoes.
Meanwhile, all the trinkets on the Fall collection make my inner girly girl (who has noticeably been absent for-fucking-ever) like this a lot.

Maison Martin Margiela- throw on some red, black or cream and a giant fox fur on your head and you're good to go.

Rochas- feminine glamour. Although I do want to see Olivier back at the realms of this or any label soon for some more fantasy craziness.

Sharon Wauchob- how cool is that Joan D' Arc metal chain link dress?

Tsumori Chisato: lots of crazy prints, layering and long hemlines. Thumbs up.

Valentino- continuing with my eloquent ways, cough cough, these chiffon, silk concoctions are just oh so pretty. Garavani would approve.

Viktor & Rolf- the show aspect of it makes this collections in itself cool. V&R sent Kristen Mcmenamy down the runway in a bazillion layers of clothes and undressed her (of course not all the way undressed folks) and then dressed the other models with those clothes. And it looks like the dress in the bottom row was made into the finale humongous coat. Nice work fellas.

Vivienne Westwood- that one dress reminds me of arts and crafts after school activities.

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